• Construction worker sitting on a bench in an empty train station
    Photo credit: ONG&ONG
  • Elevator in the middle of a metro station with wall panels in different shades of blue
    Photo credit: ONG&ONG
  • Travelers riding the escalator up and passing by the blue and turquoise colored a3 CeramicSteel panels displayed in King Albert Station
  • Travelers passing by blue and turquoise colored a3 CeramicSteel panels displayed in King Albert Station above them
  • Travelers riding the escalator up and passing by the blue and turquoise colored a3 CeramicSteel panels displayed in King Albert Station above them
  • Escalators in a train station with workers standing near train itinerary

King Albert | Singapore

Located near the old train station, King Albert is one of twelve stations that opened in December of 2015. The design of the station was inspired by the element of air, using different blue and turquoise color panels to portray the natural breeze. King Albert Station connects to Tan Kah Kee and Sixth Avenue, and as whole these three stations represent the natural elements of air, fire and water influenced by the physical terrain of the surrounding areas.

Architect: ONG&ONG

Artist: NIL

Product Used: P0.56/Min12LW/Z0.4

Completion Date: 2015

Client: LTA

Area: 1692 m2